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Today's Sports

  • Lack of sell-outs, doesn’t...

    It’s so easy to sit at home with an HD television and watch college basketball every night. That has really hurt the crowds at high school games and it was even more evident at last week’s Fifth Region Boys’ (Hart County) and Girls’ (Green County) Tournaments.
    However, the atmosphere is still fantastic and making regional play still has a certain “air” about it.
    It’s also a time for former players and coaches to congregate and reminisce about former teams, games and tourneys.

  • Lady Tigers seeded third, Tigers...

     

  • North uses fast start to top...

     

  • Little trouble for Lady Knights...

     

    Marion County's Lady Knights raced out a 15-0 lead and never looked back in winning their seventh straight 20th District Tournament championship on Saturday night over Adair County in Columbia.

    Makayla Epps, who would collect her third Most Oustanding Player in the last four years of the tourney, had 10 first-quarter points and finished with 19 while Kyvin Goodin-Rogers added 13, Patrice Tonge 10 and Logan Powell and Alexus Calhoun nine apiece.

  • Marion, Adair post blow-out...

     

  • Fifth Region Tournament...

    Girls' Fifth Region Basketball Tournament

    at Green County

    Wednesday, Feb. 27

    Nelson County 52, North Hardin 46

    LaRue County 60, Adair County 57

    Thursday, Feb. 28

    Elizabethtown 65, Caverna 37

    Marion County 87, Washington County 23

    Sunday, March 3

    LaRue County 68, Nelson County 67

    Marion County 65, Elizabethtown 43

  • Cards clip Indians in OT for...

     

  • CU hoop teams head into tough...

    Campbellsville University is finally home four games on the road. However, its hoop teams still have their work cut out for them as they will play three games in five days  to end the regular season.
    The Lady Tigers, now ranked 16th, rebounded with a pair of road triumphs last week after dropping the first two on the four-game swing.
    CU’s women hammered the University of Pikeville 91-68 behind senior Mackenzie Lee’s 24-point effort and 12 by sophomore Daizah Kimberland.

  • Readers might be best...

    The older you get you will realize, if you already haven’t, that someone you think is widely known may not be that recognized at all.
    It first hit me years ago while speaking to a local class and mentioned my boyhood hero — Mickey Mantle. The youngsters looked puzzled. I couldn’t believe they only knew Mantle as the name of a baseball league in another county. It also made me worry what will happen when you write something and no one knows, or cares, what you’re saying.

  • Pair of number 5s